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Formulas 3 years 6 months ago #3656

  • Richard Hernandez
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Quick question as I'm getting ready to retake the test using the PMBOK 5th edition after taking it twice and I was wondering if there are new formulas to study with the new exam?
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Formulas 3 years 6 months ago #3658

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There are no new formulas to learn, but some of the formulas have changed somewhat in their conceptual approach. Some EVM formulas in the past used "trigger words" that are no longer used. Look at table 7-1 in PMBOK 5 to see the current definitions, usage and interpretations. That's about it.
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